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2015/05/07 08:32
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Polls have opened to millions of voters in the most uncertain General Election for decades, with no party on course to emerge a clear winner. Last-ditch appeals by party leaders did nothing to break...
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2015/05/07 08:28
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A former leader of the Liberal Democrats is reportedly downplaying the idea of another coalition agreement between his party and the Conservatives after the election. Lord Steel, who led the...
2015/05/07 07:32
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The Federation of Small Businesses on the Isle of Wight has asked the candidates what they would do to help the Island. The Isle of Wight branch of the Federation of Small Businesses posed these...
2015/05/07 07:09
2015/05/07 07:09
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If you are to trust people to help themselves, you have to create the jobs to enable them to do it. No one should underestimate the hardship that has followed the cuts in public expenditure. But we...
2015/05/07 06:08
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Ever since HSBC took over Mid-Med Bank it was pretty obvious to everyone that all they ever cared about was profits and nothing else. Customer care went by the wayside and the bank branches don’t look...
2015/05/07 06:08
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The proposed five-star hotel on the site of the existing Costa del Sol restaurant at Mellieħa Bay, if approved by Mepa, will ruin forever the splendid views of the bay when coming downhill from the...
2015/05/07 06:05
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Nick Clegg’s chances of striking a quick deal with the Conservatives after the election were dealt a blow when former party leader Lord Steel let it be known his party should reject a further...
2015/05/07 05:51
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An interview with the Green Party candidate for Hornsey & Wood Green Gordon Peters reflects on the campaign To send a link to this page you must be logged in. What’s the first thing you’d do if you...
2015/05/07 05:28
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Undeterred by the prospects of this electoral liquidation, Miliband wanted to remind listeners about a certain clarity of thinking. “I want to be clear about this. No coalitions, no tie-ins… I’ve said...
2015/05/07 05:08
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The people are still waiting for Opposition leader Simon Busuttil to say what the whistleblower in Gozo’s 'works for votes' allegations told him two years ago, Justice Minister Owen Bonnici said this...
2015/05/07 05:07
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Election 2015: It’s make your mind up time for Britain’s voters - but how will Suffolk and north Essex vote?The result at Ipswich is expected to be close. Politicians and their supporters across...
2015/05/07 02:09
2015/05/07 02:09
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Such barely concealed loathing of Scottish nationalism in the north east of England is nothing new. As far back as 1978, Northern Labour MP's help scupper the devolution referendum by supporting an...
2015/05/07 01:37
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The chief executive Andrew Witty declared prospects for its HIV drugs arm had improved dramatically in the past few months, thanks to a rapid increase in sales and some new forms of medicine being on...
2015/05/07 00:22
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LONDON — Britain's political leaders visited factories, farms, supermarkets and schools Wednesday on the final day of campaigning before an election predicted to be excruciatingly close and...
2015/05/06 23:45
2015/05/06 23:45
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SNP victory ‘will start new referendum movement’ The unionist parties are warning that votes for the SNP will herald a second referendum and jeopardise the UK's future. Picture: PA Scotland will be...
2015/05/06 23:09
2015/05/06 23:09
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... Bias. Generally, I have no time for whinges about the BBC favouring Labour, but this time it’s been embarrassing. After the first Leaders’ Debate, Newsnight political editor Allegra Stratton, so...
2015/05/06 23:09
2015/05/06 23:09
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And Deutsche Bank warned that that a Labour government propped up by the SNP on either a vote-by-vote or ‘confidence and supply’ basis could lead to “higher short- and longer-term interest rates”. Ed...
2015/05/06 20:53
2015/05/06 20:53
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SOME of the country's most powerful politicians have responded in person to the plight of a North-East graduate left mired in debt and with 126 failed job applications to his name. The Northern Echo...
2015/05/06 19:09
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Today’s terror at the abandonment of Labour by all but those left-wing stalwarts the Mirror and the Guardian has stuck a nerve among those on the left who see restraint of free speech and the control...
2015/05/06 19:09
2015/05/06 19:09
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A deal on a referendum is likely to be hugely contentious for the Liberal Democrats and would require the backing of the party's membership before it is agreed. The party will have to put any deal to...
2015/05/07 08:32
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